Irish is the first official language of Ireland and is still spoken in many areas of Ireland. Family papers are a rich source of genealogical information. When documents written in Irish (Gaelic) such as the one below, are located, they may pose a challenge.
Sean M. Ó Dúill, B.A., H. Dip.is a fluent Irish speaker who studied modern and old Irish at University College,Galway. Sean holds a diploma (2nd class honours Grade 1) in Irish translation from the Galway Mayo Institute of Technology. He can read and translate any documents in old or modern script.